Argentina, 1985 has won the Golden Globe award in the Best Non-English language film category. The movie was in contention for the award alongside All Quiet on the Western Front (Germany), 

Close (Belgium), 

Decision to Leave (South Korea), and RRR (India).

Where to stream Argentina, 1985?

Argentina, 1985 can be watched on Amazon Prime Video. If you have the subscription, log into your account and watch the moving politically charged film.

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One can also watch the film for free by creating a new account and using the 30-day trial offered by Amazon Prime.

Argentina, 1985:

Argentina, 1985 is a feature inspired by the true story of Julio Strassera, Luis Moreno Ocampo and their young legal team in their David-vs-Goliath battle.

In 1983, Argentina emerged from a military dictatorship that lasted seven years. During that time, thousands of men and women were tortured and killed by the military authorities.  Democracy returned after Raúl Alfonsin was voted in as president.

Known as the “Trial of the Juntas,” it was the first time a country’s military commanders had been tried in a civilian court.

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The production houses involved are La Union de los Rios, Kenya Films, and Infinity Hill. The producers are Victoria Alonso, Santiago Carabante, Chino Darin, Rivardo Darin, Axel Kuschevatzky, Agustina Llambi-Campbell, Santiago Mitre, Federico Posternak, Phin Glynn, and Cindy Teperman.

Argentina,1985 cast members include Ricardo Darín, Peter Lanzani, Carlos Portaluppi, Norman Briski, Alejo García Pintos, Héctor Díaz, Alejandra Flechner, and Claudio Da Passano.

Argentina, 1985 could also beat the coming-of-age Pan Nalin film Last Film Show to win the Academy Award.